Step Up; ellenor's Tower Run Challenge

Saturday, March 3, 2018

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Step Up; ellenor's Tower Run Challenge 

1 Tower, 35 Floors, 877 Steps

Take on the tower and ascend Broadgate Tower’s 877 steps to experience its breath-taking panoramic views of London from 541ft.

Rise to the ellenor tower climb challenge and help change the lives of children and families facing terminal illnesses.

As part of your registration fee all entrants will receive a technical t-shirt, medal and chip time upon completion of the stair challenge. 

You can expect to receive:

•    A Step Up Tower Climb support pack equipped with loads of fundraising tips and challenge advice to help you prepare.
•    A dedicated event fundraiser who will be on hand to answer your questions.
•    Fundraising materials when requested to support with your fundraising.

For more information or a registration pack please contact Emma Bowles on 01322 626506, or email us at

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Our mission is to lead and coordinate the best personalised care for all ages, sharing our expertise to ensure that all families facing terminal illness get the right support in the best place possible, enabling them to make the most of the time they have.

Essential Information

Step Up; ellenor’s Tower Run Challenge
The Broadgate Tower, London, EC2A 2EW
Saturday 14th October 2017 – 10:00am
Individuals & Teams
£20: Early Bird (ends 31 July 2017), £25: Standard Registration Fee
£20 pp: Group of 3 or more people
Encouraged, not compulsory.

What’s great about this event

  • Iconic venue – The Broadgate Tower
  • Professional Chip Timing
  • Spectacular views of the London skyline
  • Medal after you 'Step Up'
  • ellenor tech t-shitrt

Event Q&A

What is it?
Step Up; ellenor's Tower Run Challenge – 35 Floors / 877 steps

Where is it?
The Broadgate Tower, 20 Primrose Street, London. EC2A 2EW

When is it?
Saturday 14th October 2017 from 10am

How much does it cost to enter?
£20: Early Bird (ends 31 July 2017), £25: Standard Registration Fee
£20 pp: Group of 3 or more people

What is the minimum sponsorship requirement?

Is my registration fee refundable?
Your registration fee is only refundable if the event is cancelled.

Is the Stair Climb open to everyone?
The event is open to everyone over the age of 18.

How high is The Broadgate Tower?
The Broadgate Tower is 541ft tall, 35 floors, 877 steps which is the equivalent of 3 times the height of Nelosn’s Column

How long will the climb take me?
The average time is around 10-12 minutes, however there is no time limit. 

Is the Stair Climb Chip Timed?
Yes, the event will be professionally chip timed.

When does registration open on the day?
Registration will be open from 10am, where you will be given race numbers and final instructions for the event.  Please arrive in plenty of time prior to your selected wave start.

What are the health benefits of Stair Climbing?
Stair Climbing is classed as a vigorous physical activity and burns more calories per minute than jogging and can lead to improved CV fitness, a stronger musculoskeletal system, reduced risk of heart disease and promotion of weight loss and muscle tone. More information can be found at

Will there be medical supervision?
First aiders will be present at the event as well as marshals at regular intervals on the stairs for your safety.

What do I need to bring?
You will need to bring your race confirmation.

What do I need to wear?
Running kit will be perfect.

Will there be refreshments?
Yes, refreshments will be available on the day.

Are there changing facilities & showers?
There are toilets and facilities to get changed, but no showers.

Can spectators come along?
Friends and family are welcome to come along and support you during the event.

Can I volunteer?
Events such as these cannot take place without the very kind help of volunteers. If you are coming along to spectate, why not get involved too? Please e-mail if you would like to help.

Is there parking?
There is no parking at the building, public transport is advised, with Liverpool Street being the closest tube.